Los Angeles, California (PressExposure) April 18, 2013 -- Certified Environmental Hygienists Phillip and Divine Fry now offer high output ozone gas treatment to eradicate mold, germs, and offensive odors in hotel rooms, condo's, apartments, houses, and commercial buildings in Los Angeles, Orange County, Riverside, San Diego, San Francisco, Las Vegas, Phoenix, and nationwide.
The Frys, who are also Certified Ozone Professionals, use the high ozone output American-made Bio3Blaster ozone generator to generate the very high levels of ozone gas needed to get into every nook and cranny of a treated room or area, including its air conditioning equipment and ducts, for the effective killing of biological contaminants and infestations, plus the removal of offensive odors and smells such as pet odors and cigarette smoke.
High output ozone gas treatment is safe for use in residential and commercial properties provided that there are no people, pets, or live plants inside the ozone treatment area during the treatment time.
Ozone gas is created from regular oxygen in the air, and the ozone gas safely reverts back into regular oxygen just one half hour after the end of the treatment time, which is usually four to eight hours. After ozone treatment, the room or area is aired out for two hours to minimize any lingering ozone smell.
For more information concerning ozone treatment for homes and commercial buildings, phone 1-480-310-7970 or 1-480-217-7173, email email@example.com, and visit the website http://www.ozonegeneratorkillsmold.com.
The top dozen mold health problems, according to the U.S. Government's General Accounting Office "Indoor Mold" report (Sept. 30, 2008), which summarized 32 federal government mold studies and reports, are:
1. Asthma, asthma triggers, or asthma symptoms (such as episodes or attacks)
2. Upper respiratory tract symptoms
3. Eye symptoms
4. Skin symptoms
5. Allergies or allergic reactions
8. Difficulty breathing, trouble breathing, or shortness of breath
9. Infections (including those affecting people who have chronic lung disease).
10. Adverse effects to the nervous system
11. Fungal colonization or opportunistic infections in immune-compromised individuals and
12. Hypersensitivity pneumonitis.